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Remove my admin role from a "child" blog (3 posts)

  1. vleung
    Posted 14 years ago #


    I am a site admin for I made myself an administrator for one of the "child" blogs on the site, /sustainabilityexchange, to help figure out some theme issues. Now I want to remove myself as an administrator (at the very least, be a subscriber).

    When I go to the sustainability blog dashboard > Users > Authors and Users and try to change my role to subscriber, I get the message: "The current user’s role must have user editing capabilities."

    When I go to Site Admin > Blogs > Edit > Blog Users, I have N/A under Role, Password, and Remove.

    To add, my gravatar appears in the BuddyPress Blog roll instead of the blog creator's.

    Is there a way to remove myself as an admin on a child blog? Thank you!

  2. dsader
    Posted 14 years ago #

    If you are a SiteAdmin, create a second account for blogging as a normal user.

    Or conversely, create a new user account for yourself as SiteAdmin and remove your everyday account from the SiteAdmin list.

  3. vleung
    Posted 14 years ago #

    Awesome. So in theory, as a Site Admin, I could remove my "regular user" self from blogs I help build?


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